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GreenPower delivers zero-emission bus for employee shuttle program

Posted on March 5, 2019

The Synapse Shuttle is eligible for a base voucher of $120,000 from the California HVIP program and an additional voucher of $15,000 where the vehicle is operated in a disadvantaged community.
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The Synapse Shuttle is eligible for a base voucher of $120,000 from the California HVIP program and an additional voucher of $15,000 where the vehicle is operated in a disadvantaged community.GreenPower

GreenPower Motor Company Inc. received an order and delivered its Synapse Shuttle to Zero Transportation for deployment as an employee shuttle. The vehicle has been leased through GreenPower’s subsidiary San Joaquin Valley Equipment Leasing Inc.

The Synapse Shuttle is a 36-foot purpose built all-electric bus with seating for over 40 passengers and a range of up to 150 miles on a single charge. The Synapse Shuttle can be configured with multiple charging options including Level 2 on-board charging or Level 3 DC fast charging.

The Synapse Shuttle is eligible for a base voucher of $120,000 from the California HVIP program and an additional voucher of $15,000 where the vehicle is operated in a disadvantaged community.

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